No use. The recipient understands and accepts that it is not permissible to sell, authorize or exploit in any way parts, products, service documents or information that are in full. Of course, the client is prepared to protect his interests in preventing the illegal disclosure of his trade secrets and confidential information that could harm the client and related persons. Often, during the execution of its obligations, the developer has access to the trade secrets and confidential information of the customer, its subsidiaries, its affiliates and its partners or customers. Confidential information may include any financial, commercial, technological and other information, in any form, that is provided directly or indirectly to the recipient or that may be accessed by the discloser. Many NOAs contain different levels of detail and confidential information. The best way to keep something confidential is not to disclose it in advance. Do not give information until the recipient has signed the NDA and returned it to you. Often, disclosure of information has a limited purpose. You can write about it. It is customary to see it limited to 3 or 5 years.
But it also depends on the competence of the agreement. The discloser should choose a reasonable period of time for the protection of communicable information. Often for any disclosure of confidential information, regardless of the reason for the disclosure, the recipient must compensate for any losses (direct and indirect) incurred and/or likely to result from such a violation. It is necessary to protect confidential information and trade secrets in all commercial relationships, but it is particularly important for technology companies. The confidentiality agreement with developers allows the client to protect trade secrets. The confidentiality agreement often contains one or more clauses that, if the recipient receives information about other sources legally, they would not be required to keep the information secret. As a general rule, The Discloser agrees to obtain information obtained by discloser or to which the recipient has obtained access to Discloser, and the recipient agrees to receive the information received by Discloser or to which the recipient has had access.